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Discussion in 'General Pokémon Discussion' started by Goreky, Jun 19, 2006.


Do you play with Nuzlocke rules?

  1. Yes!

    14 vote(s)
  2. No...

    30 vote(s)
  3. What the hell is Nuzlocke?

    7 vote(s)
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  1. Arvis


    i don't see how an exeggcute is a grass type.
  2. cool123

    cool123 Active Member


    Its so underused but his stats are good. What would be the best nature for it?
  3. kaiser soze

    kaiser soze Reading ADWD

    Rule #2...

    There are the Questions thread and Pokemon Discussion thread, however. Check the stickies.
  4. Lord Fighting

    Lord Fighting Bank Ball Collector

    The best nature for DODRIO is Either Adamant or Jolly depends on whether you want more attack power or more speed.
  5. destinydude000

    destinydude000 The Awesome Dude

    dodrio is better, because of its higher attack.
    lonely, adamant and naughty are good cause they raise its attack.
    brave isn't good since it lowers speed and dodrio's speed is pretty good.
  6. Nutter t.KK

    Nutter t.KK can Mega Evolve!

    Question answered - Shutting
  7. Honeyichigo

    Honeyichigo The manliest

    Um, it's a tree with leaves coming out of the top and coconuts for heads. Better question would be why it's a psychic type, athough that's never really bugged me (maybe it's the multiple heads?).
  8. AceFlonne

    AceFlonne Mediator

    It's a palm tree..to start with.
  9. tomboyTrainer305

    tomboyTrainer305 Diabeetus

    -Croconaw and Feraligatr kinda screams "Dark" type to me imo
    -Yeah I agree about Vibrava and Flygon, they could've been Bug/Dragon...dang that's a cool combination.<3
    -Seviper, yeah it would have been Poison/Dark
    -Luxray being an Electric/Dark type, seems legit.:p
    -Serperior being both Grass and Psychic, I think it would been good or Grass/Dragon.:/ Also the Snivy line are based on garden snakes which aren't poisonous
    -Dewott and Samurott, Water/Fighting...srsly...>_>
    -Simi Sage/Sear/Pour, part fighting esp. 'Sage.:p
    -Darmanitan, Fire/Fighting, it seems capable to be one.
    -The Tynamo line could have been Water/Electric since they're based off on eels and eels live in the water
    -Lugia, yeah Water seems more fitting than Psychic.
    -Darkrai, Dark/Ghost but i guess it wouldn't have a weakness if it has this type combination.
    -Zebstrika, it looks Electric/Dark JS.:p
  10. freekhenstra

    freekhenstra Water Pokémon lover

    I agree that the Trapinch family being part Bug-type would make sense, but so does the Ground-type. After all, the insects they are based off of do live in deserts. Although this is not very apparent when just looking at them, their moveset, dex entries and habitat are all about sand. If it was Bug/Dragon, it wouldn't be immune to sandstorms unless GameFreak decided to sacrifice its Levitate ability.
    Basically, the designers wanted to combine a sand bug and a dragon, and since the sand aspect of the bug was more interesting than the fact that it was a bug, and gave them more ideas in terms of the moveset and dex entries.
    The situation with Stunfisk is quite similar. There were two aspects they didn't want to sacrifice just because fishes should be Water-types.

    No, it isn't.
  11. Missingno.Fan

    Missingno.Fan Well-Known Member

    Because they are kind of like seeds.

    Also I think that Luxray looks like an Electric/Dark type.
    Last edited: Jul 14, 2012
  12. Hudsonn98

    Hudsonn98 Well-Known Member

    Oshawott evo line-Water/Fighting
    Tepig evo line-Fire/Dark
    Snivy evo line-Grass/Dragon
    Lugia-Everyone on this thread is complaining about Lugia's typing. Here's why its not Water/Flying. Back in the years of Gen. 2 GameFreak didn't want a legendary with a 4x weakness. Thats why they made Lugia part Psychic.
  13. Star Champion AJ

    Star Champion AJ Well-Known Member

    Charizard and Gyarados not being a Dragon type
    Azurill not being a Water type
    Vibrava/Flygon not being a Bug/Ground or a Bug/Dragon type with Levitate
    Last edited: Jul 15, 2012
  14. rocky505

    rocky505 Well-Known Member

    I could've seen sableye work as a ghost/steel or ghost/rock type because of its diamond eyes
  15. spyclone138

    spyclone138 I need healing

    1st gen: Chrizard not being dragon Cubone and Marowak being a ground type, I thought it could have been a fighting cause of the bone acting like a sword
    2nd gen: Pupitar looked like a bug to me :/
    3rd gen: Vibrava looked like a bug too
    4th gen: Lucario I though he could have been fighting psychic not part steel
    5th gen: Where do I begin.......
  16. PrismaticPrincessAnna

    PrismaticPrincessAnna I'll do my Lilliest

    Gothita evos. They suit Dark type instead, nya~
  17. ParaChomp

    ParaChomp be your own guru

  18. Ver-mont

    Ver-mont Well-Known Member

    Because of the ominous predictions they make? But they're not particularly deceitful or cunning or even ill intentioned, so I do think Psychic suits them better than Dark.
  19. Ver-mont

    Ver-mont Well-Known Member

    Because of the ominous predictions they make? But they're not particularly deceitful or cunning or even ill intentioned, so I do think Psychic suits them better than Dark.

    They don't really have anything to be Dark-types. Nothing, really. I may agree on Seviper though
  20. rocky505

    rocky505 Well-Known Member

    Did you not read the name of the Pokemon that who he was replying to posted. It said exeggcute not exeggutor.
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